Ernie Els is still a few weeks away from revealing the final four members of his International Presidents Cup team that will compete at Royal Melbourne in December, but the South African offered some insight on Tuesday as to which way he might be leaning with his captain’s picks.
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International team captain Ernie Els has pleaded with Aussie golf fans to not be blinded by the star power of the American team and provide a genuine home-ground advantage when the Presidents Cup returns to Royal Melbourne Golf Club in December.
Mexico has its first Presidents Cup representative, with Abraham Ancer securing a spot on the 2019 Presidents Cup International Team following his best career PGA Tour finish – a runner-up at The Northern Trust – that vaulted him from No.10 to No.5 on the International Team standings.
To get a glimpse at the possible teams for 2020, we applied the qualification criteria to the most recent Olympic rankings (July 23) and produced the full 60-player fields for the men’s and women’s tournaments.